Hawai‘iana Live! Honors Kupuna Saramae Landers, Celebrating 107 Years of Aloha

Born in 1906, from the early days of flight, to the Mars Mission Rover landing, Saramae Landers has seen modern history in the making and we honor her in a journey through time celebrating 107 incredible years of Aloha!

Saramae Williams Landers, of Pahoa. Hawaii Islands Oldest Resident

Saramae Williams Landers, of Pahoa. Hawaii Islands Oldest Resident

As April is Saramae’s celebration month, the festivities will begin on Kauai with a relaxing Hawaiian lunch the weekend of April 6th and will continue on the big island of Hawai‘i as we applaud Saramae’s 107th birthday with a magnificent celebration at the Palace Theater on Wednesday, April 10th, 2013!

Leilehua Yuen, the theater’s award winning storyteller, will be making full use of the theater’s perfect acoustics in sharing ancient tales and chants, bringing them to life without amplification. Manu Josiah, Leilehua’s husband and longtime companion, will share the stage playing traditional and modern Hawaiian musical instruments.

The Palace Theater’s vintage pipe-organ will be brought to life under the hands of Rick Mazurowski, hearkening back to the days of silent movies.The public is invited to attend the Palace Theater celebration.

Sen. Russell Ruderman said, “I want to congratulate Saramae Landers and wish her continued inspirational longevity. This is a celebration of someone that is loved and greatly admired. With her recent accomplishments and new hobbies, she has a busier social life than I do. Happy 107th birthday!

Tickets to the Palace Theater event are available at the box office, tickets are $5, and keiki are free.

Palace Theater Box Office hours are 10AM to 3PM Monday – Friday (except holidays).


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